I’m famous! Help me!

October 4, 2009

Blog Guy, I’m confused…

Of course you are, or you wouldn’t be wasting a nice Sunday on this blog.

Why haven’t you awarded the coveted Celebrity Cry for Help prize for the week?

I saw the Quentin Tarantino outfit in your blog, and I saw how designer Vivienne Westwood looked at Paris Fashion Week. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

Patience. Did you see what designer Karl Lagerfeld wore to Paris Fashion Week?

Lagerfeld? The guy who played Lee Marvin in that “Cat Ballou” movie?

Exactly. Look at the photo below, and tell me anybody was crying louder than that for help this week.

Oh my. My, my, my. The winner and still champion…

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Above right: Director Quentin Tarantino, September 29, 2009.

Above left: British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood at her Spring/Summer 2010 collection during Paris Fashion Week, October 2, 2009. REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen

Below: German designer Karl Lagerfeld at his Spring/Summer 2010 collection, October 4, 2009. REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen

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What is really striking and beyond my comprehension is how this post-pork-flu-Terminator look alike can be one of the most respected fashion designers in the world… Is the world reaelly gone THAT mad?

Posted by M | Report as abusive

Exactly how am I suppose to gain enough trust to purchase anything from a woman (Vivienne) or a man (term used loosely for Karl) who made a conscience effort to look like hat. Is that collar helping to hold his head up.

Posted by Janette | Report as abusive

Exactly how am I suppose to gain enough trust to purchase anything from a woman (Vivienne) or a man (term used loosely for Karl) who made a conscience effort to look like that. Is that collar helping to hold his head up.

Posted by Janette | Report as abusive

Gee, Janette, are you purposely being asinine.

Posted by asinine guy | Report as abusive

Now, before this word is used again in context with fashion-sense-less “fashion” designers, could someone please explain what “asinine” really means????

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive

@Shra, I think it’s really a term to describe us all. Dictionary.com came up with “foolish, unintelligent, or silly; stupid: It is surprising that supposedly intelligent people can make such asinine statements.”

Posted by M | Report as abusive